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Anti-Violence Group Thinks Ray Rice Deserves Second Chance

It was the video that shocked many … former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice getting involved in a physical confirmation with his fiance (now wife) inside the elevator of a Atlantic City, New Jersey hotel. Since then, Rice has given interviews trying to express his remorse for the incident. He has worked with victims advocacy groups to raise awareness of the evils that come...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J. Watt's showbiz career was launched by a burrito

Thousands of people flock to Los Angeles each year hoping to find their big break into show business. For Houston Texans defensive standout J.J. Watt, all it took was a line about a burrito. During one of Watt’s “miked up” sessions in 2012, he was caught telling ex-Ravens running back Ray Rice “I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you.”  That quip made it into a montage...
Via The Sports Daily
September 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Why adding Ray Rice would be a terrible decision for the Browns

The Cleveland Browns already have animosity with a few players on the team. This includes Johnny Manziel who is fresh out of rehab, Josh Gordon who we hope is still in rehab, and running back Terrance West who has a final opportunity to get himself together. The latest talk circulating the Browns is that they are looking into running back Ray Rice due to the young staff and the injuries...
August 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Mike Pettine: Browns have discussed signing Ray Rice

    Ray Rice has not played in the NFL since being released by the Baltimore Ravens last year after video of him knocking out his wife in an elevator was made public. Though he seems like an untouchable commodity because of his reputation, some teams have considered signing him. SI reports that the Cleveland Browns are one team that has given thought to signing the running...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Wife: Ray Rice made 'mistake,' should be allowed in NFL

In an interview with ESPN that aired Tuesday, Ray Rice insisted he’s a changed man who deserves a second chance. It appears his wife agrees. Janay Rice recently sat down for an interview with ESPN’s Jemele Hill and gave a strong vote of confidence for the man who knocked her unconscious in an elevator in February 2014. “He’s made out to be this monster,” Janay Rice...
August 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Revisiting the four best possible fits for Ray Rice

Now that training camps are about to start, there seems to be some renewed interest in former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. And while at least one owner has balked at his team bringing Rice in, situations tend to change during training camp. In addition to this, preseason injuries put squads behind the proverbial eight ball. Here are four of the best possible fits for...
Via Sportsnaut
July 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Domestic violence charges dismissed against Ray Rice

It sure does pay to have money in the American justice system. Even after a surveillance video in a hotel at a New Jersey hotel caught former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking his then fiancee, Janay Palmer, unconscious, the 28-year-old Rice will not have a record as a domestic abuser. As part of a pretrial intervention agreement, Rice satisfied the court’s terms...
Via Sportsnaut
May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Ray Rice getting 'legitimate interest' from teams

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice could be getting another shot in the NFL in the near future. According to TMZ, Rice has received “legitimate interest” from a handful of teams this offseason. He has reportedly met with multiple teams and received positive feedback, with one NFL agent who does not represent Rice telling...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Ravens settle grievance, pay Ray Rice $1.6 million

After the Baltimore Ravens released running back Ray Rice this past season, the former second-round pick made it clear that he wasn’t happy about the actions of his former organization. Claiming that he was unfairly released following his domestic violence case, Rice filed a grievance against the Ravens, who gave the former Pro Bowler $1.688 million to settle. Some might be unhappy...
Via Sportsnaut
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Rice addresses domestic violence case, his future & more

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is attempting to latch on with another team after a drama-filled year that saw him exiled from the NFL following a disturbing domestic violence case. We already know about Rice’s situation and what led to his fall from grace, so there’s no real reason to rehash that. However, the free-agent running back did speak on a multitude...
Via Sportsnaut
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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